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Are You Hip to Soy Oil?

A well-appointed cupboard contains several types of oils - olive oil, peanut oil and sesame oil are a few in my kitchen. Each has a different nutritional value, flavor, and application. One oil that I reach for most often is soy oil. It is odorless with a light taste so it won't interfere with other flavors and has a high smoke point so it works for frying, baking and sautéing.

You may already be using soy oil and don't know it. Many "vegetable oils" are actually soybean oil and that's a good thing! Here's why.

Soy oil one of the healthiest edible oils.

Soy Oil is made in the U.S.

Soy Cooking Oil

Tips for Using Soy Oil

The next time you grocery shop, look for soy oil. It's a staple for every pantry.